Beorma Quarter – Phase 2

Work will soon start on the second phase of the Beorma Quarter project, creating one of Birmingham’s tallest office and residential buildings. To make way for the new Beorma tower, the old cinema currently sat derelict on Park Street (opposite Selfridges) will be demolished.

The first phase saw the renovation of the former Digbeth Cold Storage building, along with erection of the new Adagio apart-hotel next door.

Digbeth Cold Storage is currently welcoming new tenants, including The Prince’s Trust, who are moving in from their previous premises on Warwick Street in Digbeth.

The office at the Beorma Quarter is set to become the charity’s regional headquarters, potentially creating additional jobs to increase The Prince’s Trust’s reach across the West Midlands.

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3 Responses to Beorma Quarter – Phase 2

  1. Philip Dickinson says:

    This Beorma Tower project is still, after all these years, still in prospect. The more time that passes the further away it gets. Does anyone know anything? Has a spade been put into the earth yet?

  2. Adam says:

    I think the uncertainty created by Brexit has caused a delay

  3. Adam says:

    Demolition work has started now for the tower to be built

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